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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

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Faculty Senate hears from Chair of the Board Peter Barris, passes legislation to reduce bird collisions

April 17, 2023

Peter Barris, chair of the Northwestern Board of Trustees, outlined his goals of supporting University President Michael Schill and improving the scale of research during Faculty Senate on Wednesday. Barris,...

Rebecca Crown Center in the summer.

Faculty Senate discusses NU’s low admission rates and mental health services

April 6, 2022

Northwestern’s Faculty Senate discussed topics related to NU’s acceptance rate and faculty representation in administrative decisions Wednesday night after hearing from the Chair of the Board of Trustees...

Rebecca Crown Center in the summer.

Faculty Senate votes to amend staff benefits and pays tribute to late former President Ed Hughes at Wednesday meeting

February 10, 2022

Northwestern’s Faculty Senate passed a joint resolution on Wednesday calling for the University to amend staff pay and increase transparency on the status of position fulfillment.  Biology Prof....

Faculty Senate president and Feinberg prof. Lois Hedman at a March meeting. Interim Provost Kathleen Hagerty said the future may be “terrible” for the academic job market at last week’s Faculty Senate meeting.

University officials address concerns about TGS students, research at faculty senate

May 17, 2020

University officials answered questions about relief measures for The Graduate School students in the May 13 Faculty Senate session. Interim Provost Kathleen Hagerty told faculty members the University...

Space flight can affect the bacteria in a mouse’s gut microbiome, which may have larger implications for human astronauts.

Space flight changes the gut microbiome, study finds

August 22, 2019

Bacteria in the gut microbiome can be affected by a lot of things, like dietary habits and physical health. Northwestern researchers have discovered space flight also belongs on that list. They analyzed...

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